We would like to introduce to you Lady, a young female pug. Lady was rescued by her current owners. She had no known history of veterinary care other than a dog fight she was in that resulted in a blind right eye. The damage was so significant that the eye needed to be removed through surgery. Further on examination of Lady, we discovered that she had not been sterilised. Concerned for Lady's welfare and health, her owners decided to have her speyed as well. Female animals that are not desexed can develop mammary cancer and pyometra.
On the Tuesday after the long weekend, Lady returned for a check-up. The patch had only lasted a day or so but that was expected, pugs heads are not designed for such things. Lady's eye was looking amazing. There was no weeping and the wound looked clean and healthy. The stitches looked fresh and intact. Everybody was extremely pleased with Lady's progress and she was well on track to have her stitches out the following Monday. Well done Lady!